Valuation of Intellectual Property Patents
Category : Intellectual Property
2011-10-18 To 2011-10-18
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
DePaul University College of Law, Center For Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology and the IP Society,
Lewis Center 25 East Jackson B,
What is IP really worth?
For a lot of companies, it may represent the majority of the assets and overall value of the business. Intellectual Property must be valued for a number of purposes including licensing, sale transfer, financial reporting, taxes, M and A transactions, strategic planning, and litigation. This appearance will give an overview of how the economic value of IP is determined. More details: www.law.depaul.edu